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Christ Church, Bwlchgwyn
Christ Church, Bwlchgwyn (18/6/2005) Bwlchgwyn Gallery
Bwlchgwyn War Memorial
Bwlchgwyn Memorial, with poppy tributes from Remembrance Day (18/6/2005) Bwlchgwyn Gallery
From Bwlchgwyn War Memorial across the Cheshire Plains to Frodsham and Jodrell Bank
The view from the War Memorial in Bwlchgwyn across the Cheshire plains towards Frodsham and Jodrell Bank. (18/6/2005) Bwlchgwyn Gallery
Telephone Kiosk in Bwlchgwyn
Bwlchgwyn is one of the few places to have kept a bright red telephone kiosk (although I noticed that the telephone kiosk on Cefn Road has gone). Since the Post Office closed, the letter box bar-in-the-wall has been replaced by a red pillar box on the hairpin bend, near the War Memorial, but I always think it looks slightly lopsided Bwlchgwyn Gallery
King's Head Inn, Bwlchgwyn
The King's Head Inn, Bwlchgwyn (18/6/2005), standing on the crossroads of Ruthin Road, Fronheulog Hill and Brymbo Road. Until about the 60's, this was an inn with a small cottage attached (on the right). Do you remember the old air raid shelter that used to be in the garden, where the car park is now? Bwlchgwyn Gallery
B Company, 10th Platoon, Air Force, Llandegla
This is, according to the photograph, B Company, 10th Platoon, Air Force, Llandegla. Does anyone know who the men are? The pictures below might help!
Details from B Company, 10th Platoon, Air Force, Llandegla
Portrait, Air Force, Llandegla

 

This picture is connected with the pictures above: the location is a very snowy Llandegla, on the right is a typical corrugated iron hut, and the man in the picture was probably known to my uncle, Harold Belton. 

Detail from Portrait, Air Force, Llandegla

 

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